Facilities

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Higher ed thought leaders and reader surveys provide insights into what's ahead for colleges and universities in 2015.
12/18/2014
What will be the biggest priorities for 2015?
12/5/2014
With university construction projects and capital improvement campaigns costing upward of billions of dollars, Owner-Controlled Insurance Programs offer an opportunity for significant cost savings.
Multilevel fitness: A glass curtain wall takes natural light to another level at the 52,000-square-foot wellness and fitness facility at Gannon University in Pennsylvania. The wall, which overlooks West Fourth Street in downtown Erie, highlights an interior renovation that includes new locker rooms, a new varsity weight room, and designated areas for wrestling, acrobatics and tumbling. The cost of renovations to the 1994 facility, completed in August 2014, totaled $14.5 million. Architect: Keith Russeau, Th
12/3/2014
Building campus recreation centers to meet evolving student expectations
Colleges and universities balance questions of safety and discrimination when asking about criminal histories on applications.
11/25/2014
Three New York schools have eliminated or altered questions pertaining to applicants’ criminal histories

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